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WebStorm 2.0 Supports Latest Standards of the World Wide Web

PRAGUE February 24, 2011

WebStorm offers best-in-class JavaScript/HTML editor, which deeply understands your code and is able to suggest javascript-specific code optimizations, quick-fixes and refactorings. It also provides Zen-coding support and DOM-based autocompletion for HTML/CSS.

"We work to provide developers with intelligent tools to stay on top of the Web’s fast-evolving standards. In this release we focused on adding support for the latest JavaScript specification – ECMAScript 5, HTML 5, LESS and SASS extensions for CSS," said Maxim Mossienko, project lead at JetBrains. "We also continue to improve the environment itself, redesigning the UI and making it easier to work with issue trackers and version control systems right from the IDE."

    The key changes in WebStorm 2.0 include:      - Support for ECMAScript 5: "use strict"     - JavaScript libraries organizer to provide sophisticated JS       code-completion - Leaner CSS (LESS) and SASS/SCSS extensions for CSS     - Better Git integration, added Mercurial support     - Relax NG for XML  

Our customer says:

"I don’t know any other full-featured IDE that provides such a wonderful toolset to work with JavaScript and HTML5! Code completion and refactoring are magic!"

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